100-year-old NC Sock Company Pivots To Make Face Super Comfortable Face Masks-Available Now!

Sock company committed to saving jobs and making comfortable face masks you can wear all day-even with a full beard! There’s this sock company in High Point, North Carolina. Harriss and Covington. They’ve been making socks since 1920. American made socks and hosiery-how awesome is that? For 100 years! Then comes along the coronavirus crisis. Like businesses across the US, they had to shut down. That meant almost 300 people out of work. Two NC companies come together Dr. BJ

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New Dad Announces Baby’s Birth Through Hospital Window To Waiting Grandparents

Hospital window was the platform for new dad, Drew Wolfe, to deliver his family’s great news Best news through the hospital window The hospital window at Northwestern Medicine’s Prentice Women’s Hospital had all the attention this week of a family waiting to hear about a baby’s arrival. This wasn’t in the original birth plan at all Add this way of delivering the news to a long list of things Drew and Brittany Wolfe didn’t expect when Brittany got pregnant last

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Video Conference Weddings Now Legal In New York State Thanks To Governor’s Executive Order

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo makes video conference weddings legal Video conference weddings are now the new legal answer to frustrated brides and grooms in New York state. Saturday, Governor Andrew Cuomo made it the new law of the land. ‘There’s now no excuse when the question comes up. You can do it by Zoom.’ NY Governor Andrew Cuomo Here’s the governor’s official tweet. I love one woman’s response! Aww.. that's sweet. Thank you, Gov Cuomo! Can you also help

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Stranger Helps Divorced Couple Overcome Their Canceled Second Wedding And Makes Daughter’s Wish Come True

Divorced couple Adrianne and Gabriel Taylor were determined to see their rekindled love win Adrianne and Gabriel Taylor have the best second wedding story for our uncertain times. They were first married 10 years ago. “We did so much wrong,” Adrianne shared with me when I reached her by phone. “Plus, we had stressors like having a baby, moving to a new city, and both starting new jobs.”      The marriage lasted three years.      Adrianne is not one to

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Beloved ER Doctor Gets Hero Sendoff After Surviving Coronavirus At His New Jersey Hospital

ER Doctor James Pruden is a longtime community health leader and now a survivor ER specialist Dr. James Pruden was given a hero’s sendoff in New Jersey from St. Joseph’s University Medical Center, the very hospital where he works and leads staff. Doctors diagnosed Dr. Pruden with the coronavirus over a month ago. His hospital’s staff has been treating him in their ICU. Tuesday, he was recovered enough to go home and the entire hospital wanted him to know how

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Friends Throw Surprise Bridal Shower In Parking Lot For Woman Who Had To Cancel Her Wedding

The surprise bridal shower Sheila Brosnan walked into last week certainly was not the celebration she was planning in Ashburn, Virginia. But then, what is, these days? When Brosnan had to cancel her wedding to Terence Gavin because of the coronavirus lockdown, just about all her wedding dreams seemed to be ruined. Maybe that’s why she didn’t have a clue when Gavin casually suggested they take a Sunday drive. Instead of a car ride, she noticed a bunch of people

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College Student Makes Masks For Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community

Masks for deaf feature clear panel showing wearer’s mouth College student Ashley Lawrence is making masks for deaf and hard of hearing people. She’s a student at Eastern Kentucky University where she’s studying education for the deaf. That’s how she was so in tune with the need. She explained to Lex18.com that ASL users depend a lot on facial expressions to communicate. That’s part of the grammar. She points to ASL interpreter Virginia Moore who signs for the daily news

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Bored Sportscaster Gives Play-by-Play of His Dogs’ Dinner Time #Hilarious

BBC’s Andrew Cotter makes a sport out of his dogs’ dinner time I was bored. pic.twitter.com/bVoC0hyNzC — Andrew Cotter (@MrAndrewCotter) March 27, 2020 With just about every sport in the world canceled BBC sportscaster Andrew Cotter has made a major event out of his dogs’ dinner time. There’s Olive, a black lab. And Mabel, a younger yellow lab. Cotter usually covers golf and rugby for the BBC, but with all that canceled because of the coronavirus crisis, he found himself

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Working From Home Mom Pins Up Perfect Note To Her Children

Working from home mom speaks for parents across the country Working from home mom life is not what anyone imagined a few short weeks ago. As one brilliant post put it, “Our employers expect us to work. Our children’s schools expect us to teach. And our children expect us to entertain them.” Of course, it’s not just moms who are facing this challenge. Dads–I feel you, too. This note caught my attention because it just so gets to the point.

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Former President Jimmy Carter Asks Donors To Redirect Carter Center Donations To Coronavirus Fight

Jimmy Carter is urging donors to redirect their donations Former President Jimmy Carter doesn’t want your money. The Hill.com reports Carter is urging donors to the Carter Center to redirect their donations to organizations who are on the front lines of fighting the coronavirus crisis.  “Forgo your next gift for the work of The Carter Center and direct it to a local group that is reducing the suffering caused by this pandemic.” former president Jimmy carter in a letter to

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